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  1. I have done this exact same technique on multiple skills and it works awesome!! I personally learned this from Steve Anderson and he calls it "speed mode". Everytime I incorporate this learning technique it amazes me.
  2. Interesting, I will have to check those out. Thanks for sharing!
  3. I have been using them for over a year now and I have no complaints! Great bullet, great service, great price!
  4. How much powder are you using with 124's? Which load you like better? Does one track better than other? Thanks for info!
  5. I have normally done some basic dry fire drills in safe area but last fall at Area 4 I did about 20 mins of movement/dry fire drills (WITHOUT TIMER) in the hotel room right before I went to the match. I ended up shooting the best I have ever shot. I am definitely doing this from now on! Thanks for all the suggestions in this thread.
  6. My E2 definitely has a more aggressive grip on it then his first gen or even a stippled grip, so much that I end up having to knock the edges off just a little bit because it was tearing up my mouse clicking girly hands. However, I do really like it and am glad I made the change.
  7. My E2 definitely has a more aggressive grip on it then his first gen or even a stippled grip, so much that I end up having to knock the edges off just a little bit because it was tearing up my mouse clicking girly hands. However, I do really like it and am glad I made the change.
  8. Haha, at our range we call it a "controlled slide"
  9. Has anyone seen an Android app like Double-Alpha's Clipshot that records the video of you shooting and then marks the time of each shot so you can see you draw, reloads, transitions, etc.? The link below is to the Clipshot iPhone app. https://www.doublealpha.biz/us/clipshot
  10. Oh yea! Just go to https://shooterssummit.com/ and pay $20. I also paid an additional $20 and got access to both 2016 & 2017 content. It's definitely worth it. You get around 15-20 hours of good info and it's available in both video and podcast form. You also get access to each speakers drill that they recommended doing. I like to listen to it on my way home from work because it helps motivate me to dry fire when I get home instead of being a lazy butt.
  11. On one of his podcasts Steve Anderson said he used to run around his neighborhood with a cap gun from mailbox to mailbox "shooting" at stuff practicing entries and exits. One day he said his neighbor called and said "Hey, did I just see you run across my driveway with a cap gun?" And he said "Yeap, that was me" and they said " oh, ok"
  12. This is all really good stuff, especially Enos's old post. The only other addition I think I can add would be that after "Make Ready" I then go thru the visualization one more time (some RO's at local matches get annoyed by this but I figure they will get over it) and then I try to smile right before the beep. The smile idea came from a Max Michel class. I believe he suggested it for two reasons, one is because it's hard to be stressed or nervous when you are smiling and the other is to help blank your mind out by giving you something to think about other then shooting since you really want your subconscious mind to be shooting the course for you.
  13. I have listened to quite a few of this year's speakers and I would highly recommend it.
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